by , The Layman S Guide To The New Testament Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Layman S Guide To The New Testament books, The Layman's Guide to the New Testament is an honest, objective approach to all the books of the New Testament. Written in a style that is at once scholarly and readable, this book is a valuable resource for study and reference.
by C. Jack Trickler, A Layman S Guide To Who Wrote The Books Of The Bible Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download A Layman S Guide To Who Wrote The Books Of The Bible books, Pursued by menacing strangers through her small Midwest city, twelve-year-old Alyssha Dodson takes refuge in a mysterious room under a bridge, a place that turns out to be a doorway into another universe. In the country where she then finds herself, Alyssha learns that the pursuit has not ended. A powerful and sinister man, Lord Raf Var Ne, seeks to gain possession of an object she was given years ago by her older brother a few days before he went missing. Told she can't return to her own world, she begins a search for that brother, aided by Lord Raf's charming but impetuous stepson. In the process, the two become involved in a revolutionary conflict. Underland is the story of a girl's coming of age in the midst of an adventure like no other.
by Luke Brad Bobo, A Layperson S Guide To Biblical Interpretation Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download A Layperson S Guide To Biblical Interpretation books, Interpreting an ancient book like the Bible can be an intimidating task. Hopefully, this book will demystify or make less complicated the task of Biblical interpretation for the layperson (or seminarian) by the use of a handy and memorable acronym 'SCAR'--where S means sitting with the text to listen to the Biblical author's words over and over again; where C means the literary and cultural-historical contexts; where A means analysis; and finally, where R means God's Redemptive Remedy. Readers are treated to some accessible theory behind Biblical interpretation in Part 1 and examples in Part 2, where SCAR is applied directly to two Old Testament and two New Testament texts. God has revealed himself on the pages of Scripture. He has revealed himself because he wants to be jealously and desperately known; so, my prayer for you is that this small book along with the True Biblical Interpreter, the Holy Spirit, will greatly and patiently escort you in this endeavor so that you fall more in love with our beautiful and gracious God who knows and loves you intimately. And may your growing and maturing love for him manifest itself in your unwavering obedience to him.
by Max E. Anders, Just The Faq S About The Bible Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Just The Faq S About The Bible books, With full-color artwork and designed in an explosive format, "FAQ*s" cover subject matter in a "For Dummies(" style. Addressing serious topics in a seemingly casual manner, this fresh and clever approach will appeal to the inquisitive minds of Christians who want to find answers to their questions.
by Roy B. Zuck, Basic Bible Interpretation Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Basic Bible Interpretation books, A hermeneutics book for the common person. Readers will appreciate the scholarly, yet readable style of Roy Zuck, former Professor of Bible Exposition at Dallas Theological Seminary.
by Dick Murray, Teaching The Bible To Adults And Youth Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Teaching The Bible To Adults And Youth books, Written for lay leaders, pastors, or individuals wanting to broaden their approach to Scripture, this book includes ten strategies for effective Bible study.
by Dr. David R. Brown, A Layman S Guide To Ecclesiastes Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download A Layman S Guide To Ecclesiastes books, The book of Ecclesiastes was written three thousand years ago, but it reads like it was written for twenty-first-century men and women. Why don’t pleasure and wealth bring lasting satisfaction? Is life really worth the hassle? No matter what you accomplish or how wise you are, isn’t the end game always the same—death? A Layman’s Guide to Ecclesiastes helps you work through these and other questions the author of Ecclesiastes ponders. A Layman’s Guide to Ecclesiastes differs from other books on Ecclesiastes. It is written from a layman’s point of view; the author is an astronomer, who nevertheless has gained a deep appreciation for Ecclesiastes during his fifteen-year period of study. A Layman’s Guide to Ecclesiastes is not restricted to one point of view on a passage. The author presents his view but also includes the thoughts of other commentators covering a wide spectrum of interpretations, so that you can come to a solid understanding of the issues on your own. Young or old, skeptic or believer, wise or searching for wisdom, let A Layman’s Guide to Ecclesiastes assist your search for understanding in your life experiences, whether they are mundane, extraordinary, or seemingly inexplicable.
Author: Library of Congress. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped Publisher: Blind and Physically Handicapped ISBN: Release: 1987 Size: 36.74 MB Format: PDF, Mobi Category : Blind Languages : en Pages : 87 View: 1856
by Don Parker, Using Biblical Hebrew In Ministry Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Using Biblical Hebrew In Ministry books, This book is a beginner's guide to biblical Hebrew. It serves as a tool for ministers and ministers-in-training who want to become more effective preachers and instructors. The book's uniqueness is in its tool-based approach; it includes a list of abbreviations of Biblical Books and an appendix of the basics of Hebrew. The lesson in Hebrew is practical; the author first answers basic questions about biblical Hebrew and then takes the reader through a series of analyses that discuss learning the language - from words, to figures of speech, to Hebrew writing - both narrative and poetry, and finally, to broader issues of culture and communication. Using Biblical Hebrew in Ministry is an excellent and resourceful text for ministers, as well as Seminaries and Bible colleges that offer courses such as "Biblical Hebrew for English Speakers," "Using Biblical Resource Tools," Biblical Hebrew, and Hebrew exegesis.